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International tax reporting

Norwegian authorities have entered into international agreements on the exchange of asset information, FATCA and CRS.

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This means that DNB is obliged to report customers who are domiciled in other countries for tax purposes to the Norwegian Tax Administration, which in turn reports the information to the countries in question.

What is the FATCA agreement?

As a result of Norway and the US entering into the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), DNB is required as a financial institution to report asset information to the Norwegian tax authorities, which in turn report the information to the tax authorities in the US. US citizens have a tax affiliation with the US and will be reported on this basis.

Read more about reporting on the IRS website

Source: The Norwegian Tax Administration

What is the CRS agreement?

Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an international framework for the automatic exchange of asset information between tax authorities in different countries. Over 100 countries have signed the agreement, including Norway and all EU Member States.

Source: The Norwegian Tax Administration

Submitting a self-certification form

To ensure that we report the correct information to the Norwegian Tax Administration, we need updated customer information from you. If you are domiciled outside of Norway for tax purposes, it is important that you send us a completed and signed self-certification form along with any documentation that shows where you are domiciled for tax purposes.

The documentation must be in Norwegian or English.

The self-certification must be sent to:
PO Box 1600, Sentrum
N-0021 Oslo


Additional information

All information we receive in this context is treated confidentially in accordance with the bank’s duty of confidentiality, and will not be used for any other purpose.

As DNB cannot assist with tax advice, please contact the tax authorities if you have questions related to the completion of the self-certification form.

For more information on international tax reporting, see The Norwegian Tax Administration website: International reporting (CRS and FATCA).

This is where you can read about international tax reporting for corporate customers:

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